(From The Libertarian Republic)
Registered voters are unlikely to hold the U.S.’s decision to bail from the highly contentious Paris climate deal against President Donald Trump, according to a survey from The Washington Post.
Voters are twice as likely to approve of President Donald Trump’s decision to exit the climate agreement — 33 percent to 15 percent, pollsters noted Monday. The ABC-WaPo poll found the majority of those surveyed oppose Trump’s decision.
Still, the poll appears to give some credence to a poll earlier this month from Reuters, which found citizens are more concerned about the economy and national security than they are climate change.